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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKKALU SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 191! Old Country Football ENGLISH CUP Lundoa, Ffb. Following the results o! todij-'s Eojllsh i 11 BE V V V V v v v v v v v i SPEAKER REFUSES TO SIGN CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN AR-} RANGED SATISFACTORILY i TO COL. SAM HUGHES Ix-ndoa, Sam 1 yeltcrdcy lo tha X. R. A. auth-1 orllies, saying tiat the Canadian team will participate at Blsley this year, utder .assurances received tiat i-> Boston Red Sox Star HelJl Off on Contract Boston, "Mass., Feb. forts of Manager Callahin of the Chicago Americans 'to tive Tris .Speaker sign a contract with the Boston Am- ericans for nest season have been unsuccessful, according to a cablegram received today KNOX A WIN'S BASKET- BALL CHAMPIONSHIP Took St. Cyprian's Into Camp La enior Division S.S.L. PiNCHERXKttK JUNIOR SEPTETTE BEAT MACLEOD Brllk and Snappy Encounter With .4 lo 1 Hockey itc conditions v.-IU be unchanged. ThU temporary settlement of the dlt- treat satisfaction. The X. R.-A. council, acting under in- hy President Utnnin of the Red -was empowered to fljn Speaker to forestall ad- vauces by the Frferai togue -C- agents, but SreakW cabled he not sign with any club smictlocs.from'the members at until he returned from tho 4 teeent apnusl1 meeticr, appealed world's tour. v the. War Office, requesting tlat that j body agree to the poslconeinent for fr fl. c> one year .of the. regulations it_______________________________ Mmgbt to effect at BIslev, under threat of -Kithdrawing its iinsnclal TYPOS TO PLAY support and official countenance. AT CINCINNATI This teemed very reasonable, and i last night it announced that the i Ssventh Annual Tournsy of Union Knox A by defMtinj Cyprian's I'iacfcet Creek. Feb. 20.-Th> Mac- last nijht 3! to 9 clr.ched the cham- juniors aimed pa Thursday er- pioashiu of the senior division o! ite b? to play a rettun match witli Sunday School league basketball sche- the juniors o[ this 7he Ratnc dole. The winners hive won tlic lei- hrisi anil snaitpy. .The Macleod title on their merits ard youngsters put u'i" a'.fiood'figlit. al- though the score'slood 4 to 1 in lav- ur of the home team hen t iir.e was cilltd. j Pincher madetthree goals and ilec- authorities had agreed to this course. Satisfaction is general, biit sprarentiy the X. It. A. council quite I eipected this concession would i made. People are asking how why I lord Cheylesrcore and his associates Printers' National Saieball League to Start at Red- land August 2 Cincinnati. Ohio. Feb. sev- did col say as much nt the annual tenth annual tournament of the lin- iMeting, or some weefes before, Printers''National Baseball.lea- Ihe conditions -ara precisely the 2ue will ba held in this city through- same, out the week beginning Sunday, There is a section of X. R. A. mem-! ust 2, and continuing to the follow- beis. and not an insignificant one at ing Saturday. The cities Tvhieh will lhaL who coctCud teat the Hlsley I send teams are. New York, Philadel- loeetlus 'Kith careful but complete Indianapolis, Pittsburf. Wash- re-orsaniiatioa could he carried oa in-' inaton, SL Louis, Boston, Chicago, depencently ol the War Office. This i St. Paul and Cleveland. The view, small synvllocal team will also compete. Prcsi- I'AtJiy TrSm the R. A. council, al- 'dent August Herrmann, of the Cincin- thouch advocates of independence feel so Etro32ly oa the subject that they r.a've applied to the courts for au regarding-the poll'now pending election of tnerabers lo the council board.-, if Canadians interested in Bisley- Ti'ere. consulted they-, would almost certainly "side j with the. advocates of'independence, t most of the riflenien from the Dominion visit Bisley ei- pr'ess- Ihe frlenaly opinion that the airarigoments elaborate lu'thelr detail, run a-way-widi a lot of nati Xatiocal" league club, himself a union printer, has tendered the use of Redland field to" tie printers' lea- gue for the-above-dates. The win- uir.S club will be presented with a valuable known as the Herr- mann trophy. BASKETBALL AT Y.H.C.A. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT .There -will ajeast for the has- ietball fan3 at the Y. C. A. next Wednesday night.'. Three games are on the Elate. Stirling is sending two teame here for games, but that Is not all: tip tamous beVy of beauties Irom Worth Lethbridge are going to give a preliminary exhibition before the other games, and when these beauties are on the gym. floor there fs something doing. They are desig- nated. Red and they %cth have a large following. The first Ramejs scheduled for 8 o'clock, and follow Immediately. This -is the_ fast tree that the Stirling InvjnciMes Trill'bs seen here. GRAND FORKS HOCKEY CHAMPS Baet Greenwood, 2 to 1, on-Latt-r's Own 'Ice in -Fast Game THE CADILLAC TROPHY The games for Uie Cadillac trophy will commence this afternoon at 4.30. The old. hands will start off the series and the following curlers have been selected to represent the locals: Jas. Aird, D.' D. JIcNabb, J. F. Franklin, John Reid, L. Clark, C. Xirumons, J. S. Kiritbam and E. V.- Dooley. The competition for the green rinks -will commence at and the following is the iocai selection: B. B. McCarly. Fred Oliver, J. T. Graham, Judge Jackson, Fred Ford, A. McKidd, E. A. Williamson, A. J. Irving. The curling club have arranged to have supper at the Dallas Hotel from 7 to S, and then the competition will ba continued. The locals for the S o'clock games: Old Hands: X. T. Macleod, Dun. Duff, A. Scott, Ceo. Wattless, John Bruce, R- Ii. .Macleod, J. F. Hamilton and Jl. FTteraan. Green Rinks: R. E McAitlmr, Dr. Gibson, TV. A. X. P. Kirk- hani, R. Wallace, Chas.- Van Home, H. W. 'Crawford, H. H. Bruce. Grand Forks, B.C.. Feb. ing Greenwood, on their own ice on Wednesday night, by a score of 2 to 1, Grand Forks hockey team captur- ed the Boundary league champion- ship, the Sir Bichard" JIcBridc cup and the Daily Xe'ws cW. The play was fast throtjghouL About the close of. the second period saw the fastest hockey ever in the league. McKay notched the first goal in five seconds, of play. Roclion mads the second f.liy, Lynn also tallying for Greenwood in the second. Grand" Forks'have clayed nine games and lost two.. Phoeoii. has stayed nine, lost five; Greenwood ten and lost seven.- Grand Forks plays the final same of the ieagtie series at Phoenix on Friday nighL 1 "To Our Many Friends And Customers: Signed Please take notice that on ami after February 23rd, 1914, we (he under- signed Wholesale Liquor Dealers of this city, have decided to do a Strictly CASH business. Phone orders to be sent COLLECT on DELIVERY only and monthly ac- counts will be discontinued. The Hudson's Hay Co. The C. C. Pagnuelo Wine his men lo Wlchiu Tet, for spring training. BRITISH LACROSSE MEN 'COMING Crack Team lo Tour Cintti Seaion-rCon Jonet Financing Vancoaver, B.C.. Feb. from England, to A.-P. Oar- vcy, local Eporllng Wrjtcri.Uon Jones, tho Varicourer lairoise all arrangements hnve beep corapiet- ed for -the Canadian an' fo llsli team tnls The Brftl Icara will te a rcpreMnlatke' one, ana win be accompanied to-Cinada by H. H. AllinjiiBm, -who will repre- sent' ttie British association., 'The tour will exter.d ten wocha, llie players arriving fn Canada in Jfay. Con'Jonoa will outline tlie (tliifrary for the -RrltliherK, and his eastern schedule upon his arrival Monlrwl on ilareh I from tho old country. P. 0. B. HnitM, lecreUry of. tho Engllth atsoclatlon, irlll tho trip. Mr. Jones, the English Football association offlclalj have us- Burcd him (hat thoy will pprrnU the Kngllpli cim finilltti lo tour Ameri- ca n-it MATURITY Whisky does not glass after it is bottled. when bottled determines its mellowness. ROYAL RESERVE is made from selected grain and is j matured for eight years in oak barrels before bottling, as attested by Govern- ment Certificate on each bottle. For the connoiseur, for the invalid, for the home or for the, club, Royal Reserve is the choicest whisky. ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON. CANADA ;